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MARIAJESTRADA
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Curses! 362 Fitness Minutes!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Well,

I had to lower my goals again. *(*&(^*!! I gave it a good hustle, but I think 450 is not where I'm at yet. I got to 362, which is not bad. I did not torch as many calories as I normally do, and I worked hard on my intervals. However, tomorrow, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday I having a training session. Usually I only do two, but I need to get my strength and motivation back up. I hate it when the training sessions are the motivator, but that's one good thing about having a personal trainer, which is why I wish I could afford more sessions!

Alas, sacrifices need to be made, as we did not move into a cheaper apartment. Plus, my husband is still unemployed. But, we are very happy.

Today, I managed to plank for a minute straight for two sessions (2 minutes total). I also did side planks. That was a good victory.

Well, we will see how things shape out during May. I think once I am done with work, I will definitely have more time to play and revisit the eating. (Today will be high. Stupid sweet tooth.) The next step would be to not eat processed foods, but I don't think that's realistic. Or sustainable.

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  • JUMPINJULIE
    Your doing great. And you rock doing a plank for two minutes is awesome.
    1253 days ago
  • BMCOLLEY
    Remember to listen to your inner self. You sound like you are definitely on track--you know where you want to be and how to get there.
    1254 days ago
  • MARIAJESTRADA
    Reminder for me:

    Wednesday: 8:30p.m.
    Friday 9:15a.m.
    Sunday 9:15a.m.
    1254 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    Oh my goodness, the plank....one minute even. I still can't do two pushups.
    1255 days ago
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